Kate Middleton's Best Royal Tour Accessory (Besides Prince George, Of Course)? Her Wedding-Ready Bouquets!

Celebrity, Flowers, Royal Wedding
Kate Middleton Royal Tour Bouquet Green Ribbon

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From enviable dresses to incredibly coiffed hair, Kate Middleton's Royal Tour style has been (as expected) timeless, chic, and so-very-ladylike. But our favorite accessory from her most recent string of appearances in Australia and New Zealand — besides Prince George and William? The pretty bouquets her throngs of adoring fans have been gifting her.

Kate's own royal wedding bouquet, a small cluster of lily-of-the-valley, hyacinth, sweet William, and myrtle was utterly romantic and perfect for her grand, formal ceremony filled with deep traditions. While her white-and-green blooms were fit for a such a momentous occasion, Kate is known for her colorful wardrobe choices and original style. So, naturally, we've been loving the bold, fun flowers Kate has been toting around throughout the Royal Tour.

The mini-bouquet in the above photo, complete with pale green ribbon, is one of our favorites. Small blooms, including zinnias and anemones, in complimentary pale hues are so romantic for a spring wedding. And the hand-gathered look of the flowers feels fit for a backyard or casual bash.

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Kate Middleton Royal Tour Bouquet Boho Bouquet

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We loved this statement-making bouquet the Duchess received upon arriving in Australia. The native flowers are bright and textural, providing tons of visual interest. To achieve a similar vibe, boho or beach brides can mix and match several types of colorful flowers.

Kate Middleton Royal Tour Bouquet Classic Peach Pink Bouquet

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This classic bouquet of peach-and pink-roses screams tradition and boasts traditional hues fit for spring or summer nuptials. Copy Kate's style with similar blush-toned flowers in a tight, circular bouquet.

Kate Middleton Royal Tour Bouquet White and Pink Bouquet

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This small bouquet is perfect for the dainty Queen-to-be: the pink anemones pop against the white roses. The long, silver ribbon is an uncommon addition, but adds a touch of formality to the simple bundle of flowers. Utilize Annabelle roses or another petite flower for your own royal-inspired bouquet.

Kate Middleton Royal Tour Bouquet Orange Bouquet

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Lastly, the Duchess was spotted carrying this bright bouquet of ombre orange roses. Bring the formality up a notch for your own celebration by stealing the monochromatic element, but opting for fuller, bridal flowers, like peonies, in a similar shade.

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